The malice and bad tempers from which other people had to take holidays never afflicted him.
He felt strong enough to meet and overcome affliction, strong enough to face even Iceland.
One gramme, she decided, would not be enough; hers had been more than a one-gramme affliction.
Often in the past he had wondered what it would be like to be subjected (soma-less and with nothing but his own inward resources to rely on) to some great trial, some pain, some persecution; he had even longed for affliction.
For the sake of the labourers; it would be sheer cruelty to afflict them with excessive leisure.
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She is afflicted by diabetes.
While taking the test, she was afflicted with a toothache and a throbbing head.